Sunday, 13 September 2009

Lords of the Flies


Eyewitness Sam Taylor, who lives above the pub, told the BBC: "We looked out the window and saw a large gang of youths outside the pub.

"They started to fight amongst themselves, just play-fighting at first then getting a bit more serious. By the time we got outside one of the locals had been taken across the road and they were beating him up.

"They had BMXs, whacking him in the chest using stones [and] bricks and he was bleeding quite seriously from the head as well."

Mr Taylor, who is a St John Ambulance volunteer, added: "After administering him first aid I also heard there was another kiddy across the road who had been stabbed.

"But unfortunately, due to circumstances, I couldn't get over to him to help [due to the] sheer volume of children. When I did get through to him, they pushed me back, and back, and back.

"When I did finally get through they just weren't interested. After trying to stop the bleeding I just got thrown back. The kids were just hysterical."



Careful out there, folks.....

12 comments:

Ampers said...

What a terrible state of affairs. I have to admit, however, that I am not surprised after the way our MPs have destroyed family life and made marriage a dirty word!

And if I were of their age, I must be honest and say that I would find it hard to muster up any respect for my elders after being saddled with a debt, of a magnitude I couldn't really apprehend, which would mean I would be spending the rest of my life paying back!

Ampers (70)

Anonymous said...

Britain as created by the lib lab con trick and their ignorant voters.

What else did you expect?

No fathers, no future, no investment, no uplifting identity, no pride, disposable, replaceable people constantly exposed to self harming propaganda by the unaccountable unelected crooks in our fake parliment- just a race to the bottom with a glorious double whammy of hatred and neglect from the Tories and wonk self hate and destruction from the Labour party with the insame liberals adding fuel to the fire.

and this is just the beginning!

Coresect said...

Alas this is what England wants. This is what England gets. Look further afield and you'll see that this is what the world wants as well. We've taught them that to be happy they have to win, and to win they have to fight, and when you fight, someone has to lose.

Obnoxio The Clown said...

Bristol? Isn't that Kerry McCarthy's stomping ground?

I'm sure she'll be gutted at the loss of another potential Labour voter and celebrant of multi-culturalism.

Ampers said...

I have just changed to IMAP and GMail is porting my emails over to Outlook - found this in a 2004 email and thought the joke was very relevent considering NuLabour want to change everything just for the sake of it!

An old Indian chief sat in his hut on the reservation, smoking a ceremonial pipe and eyeing two U.S.government officials sent to interview him.

"Chief Two Eagles" asked one official, "You have observed the white man for 90 years. You've seen his wars and his technological advances. You've seen his progress, and the damage he's done.

The chief nodded in agreement.
The official continued, "Considering all these events, in your opinion, where did the white man go wrong?

The Chief stared at the government officials for over a minute and then calmly replied: "When white man found the land, Indians were running it. No taxes, No debt, Plenty buffalo, Plenty beaver, Women did all the work, Medicine man free, Indian man spent all day hunting and fishing, All night having sex."

Then the Indian chief leaned back and smiled........... "Only white man dumb enough to think he could improve system like that."

Rogerborg said...

You know you're an adult when you stop pushing younger people around and start being afraid of them.

Incidentally, this is the problem with having an armed populace - these ferals are the populace now.

Anonymous said...

Oh! I was shocked to discover they were negroes!

Ampers said...

Or as the Afrikaner said to Mel Gibson, in Lethal Weapon II - "Ag! man! He's a blick!"

JuliaM said...

"Bristol? Isn't that Kerry McCarthy's stomping ground?

I'm sure she'll be gutted at the loss of another potential Labour voter and celebrant of multi-culturalism."


It's possible the dead lad was an innocent bystander, caught up in the violen..

Oh:"The victim's father, retired firefighter Roger Stevenson, 54, described his son as a "loveable rogue"."

Ahhh, there are the magic words...

Bristol Dave said...

Oh:"The victim's father, retired firefighter Roger Stevenson, 54, described his son as a "loveable rogue"."

Ahhh, there are the magic words...


Indeed. Let me guess, "he was a good kid really"? Maybe when he was younger he was "always in mischief". Couple that with a bit of "Boys will be boys" and you have the list of chav's excuses for their dire parenting skills resulting in kids doing this kind of shit.

And yes, since this happened in St George, it's in Kerry's constituency (Bristol East)

Rogerborg said...

I think it means that when he mugged grannies on pension day, he always took the time to make a "Cheer up love, worse thing happen at sea" stylee quip.

AngryDave said...

When i was a kid i was taught to listen to my elders and do as i was told, even if i didnt like it. The simple reason was that adults were older and knew more than me, they also had a better understanding of the circumstances/dangers than me based on their experience.
However kids are now told that their constantly changing wants and childish reasoning are as valid, or better, than that of the adult populus. Power has been taken from adults and given to the short tempered, ever greedy children, with a non existant attention span.
When i was told 'no' as a child it was teach me i could not have everything i wanted, and that it was wrong to be greedy.
Now we have a must have culture, where consequences are for someone else to worry about. If they have to face the consequences of their actions, they cry 'abuse', or 'it's not fair'. Tough, life aint fair, and we all have to play the hand we have been dealt.

I work in a young offenders institute and as a result probably see the worst of this nations youth. However, many of the teachers whp work there, could not hack the class sizes in a modern secondry. 30 over confident little shits instead of 6, and a officer outside the door. We have less assaults on teachers than most secondry schools.

JuliaM, something i have learned very quickly in my line of work is that there is rarely such a thing as an innocent bystander.
Many of the high profile news stories of 'innocent' young lads getting stabbed by gangs in londonistan, are simply bullshit. Most of the time, but not always, theses boys are known to (or known of) by the lads on my wing. Most of the lads on my wing are from gangs in londonistan. I had a conversation only 2 weeks ago with a group of lads on my wing on this very subject. They usualy know the lad, his gang, and his killers. When we here about how the 'victim' was innocent, or was turning his life around, it is nothing but lies. Or simply the wishful thinking of the family.

Prisons, like society has lost it's structure and discipline. Giving people a chance to change is all well and good, but they should have to prove themselves first. Instead we give them chance after chance, with no proof that they want to change, or are even going to try. All the while the rest of us have to suffer and pay for their 'human rights' with our own.

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